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Posted by editor On September 25, 2012

 

The close cooperation between Supreme Audit Institution (SAI) and parliament could strengthen the transparency and accountability of the state finance. The transparency and accountability of the state finance are the needs of all countries to create a better life of the nation and citizens. This was stated by the Vice Chairman of the Audit Board of the Republic of Indonesia (BPK RI), Hasan Bisri, when representing the Chairman of the ASEANSAI on the third day of the 33rd ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Assembly (AIPA) held on September 16-22, 2012, in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara.

 

This event was followed by ten member states of AIPA, nine observers among others, from Australia, Canada, Russia, Japan, China, and seven guests of the host, among others, the ASEANSAI, the House of Regional Representative of the Republic of Indonesia, the National Parliament of Timor Leste and the Pan-African Parliament. The AIPA is inter-parliament organization consisting of ten representative institutions or parliament in the area of Southeast Asia.

 

The ASEAN Member States committed to apply transparency and accountability of the state finance. The cooperation between an SAI and its parliament would be useful to strengthen the supervision function in each country.

 

As a new organization, the ASEANSAI needed to build cooperation with other institutions in the ASEAN, especially the AIPA. In order to strengthen the transparency and accountability of the state finance, there must be a close cooperation between the SAI and the parliament.

 

“On this occasion, on behalf of BPK RI and the ASEANSAI, I am expecting a better cooperation with the AIPA in the future”, Hasan Bisri confirmed.